Monday, June 15, 2015

Now On Tour One, Two, Three Kiss Box-Set by E.J. Kimelman

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Fang-tastic Books

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Butterfly-o-Meter Books

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Share My Destiny

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A Writer's Mind 

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Mythical Books

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Vampires, Werewolves, & Fairies, Oh My

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I Smell Sheep 

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Evelyn Shepherd 

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Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock

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Diane’s Book Blog

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Deal Sharing Aunt

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3 Partners in Shopping; Nana, Mommy, and Sissy too

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The Bibliophile Chronicles 

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Beauty in Ruins  

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Roxanne’s Realm

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CBY Book Club

July 7 Interview (review- possibly after tour)

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Ramblings of A Quilter

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Booklover Sue 

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happy tails and tales

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The reading head 

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The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom

One, Two, Three Kiss Box-Set
An Apocalyptic Urban Fantasy
Transmissions From the International Council
 for the Exploration of the Universe
E.J. Kimelman

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Date of Publication: 4/17/15


Number of pages: 218

Book Description:

The International Council for the Exploration of the Universe exists to consider and conduct investigations into the dimensions of the Universe; to examine how far humans are being depleted by zombies; to investigate natural methods, such as by breeding, etc., of keeping up the stock; and in cases of certain future failure of supply to suggest the necessary remedial measures. For the most part it deals with the humans common to all dimensions, but a special sub-committee considers the vampires, and a second the shifters; disembodied spirits are not investigated.

In the first transmission....

A new, dangerous street drug is spreading through Crescent City. A hallucinogen that causes violent attacks, incredible strength, and leaves its victims in a permanently altered state.

Darling Price's band, Higgs and the Bosons, is on the verge of their big break. If only she could get her act together and play the way she did before her best friend and musical inspiration, Megan Quick, fell fatally ill, then disappeared.

With only weeks to live Megan wasn't even strong enough to visit the bathroom by herself, yet, somehow she climbed out of her window and left.

Even though it's been months, Darling can't stop looking for Megan. Still hoping to find her alive is insane. Her obsession is pissing off her band mates and Darling is worried it might trigger her hallucinations. She hasn't been sick since Megan and she ran away from their foster home to Crescent City at the age of 13.

They took a blood oath, pressing bleeding palms together, promising that no matter what they'd stay with each other. So how could Megan leave her? It's a mystery Darling can't solve and refuses to let go of.

Since Megan's disappearance Darling has started to feel a gnawing hunger. No food or drink or drug can quench it. It's a hunger she's felt before, but has convinced herself wasn't real. Because what Darling feels, and the vivid memories from her early childhood, are all impossible.

As the drug spreads through the city and the world begins to unravel, Darling's lack of musical inspiration becomes the least of her problems as she comes to recognize that all of her assumptions about the universe may be wrong.

In the second transmission....

Darling Price thought her best friend, Megan Quick, was dead. Months earlier the doctors said Megan had only weeks to live. Than she disappeared. So when Megan saves Darling from a crowd of flesh crazed zombies, exhibiting strength and speed beyond the bounds of biology, Darling is at once exhilarated to see her friend alive again but also frightened by her.

Darling comes to understand that Megan's new found life comes at a price, one she hopes Darling is willing to pay so that they can be together again.

With zombies over running the streets, immortal beings controlling her emotions, and lost memories flooding back to her, Darling must make a decision that will decide the course of her life forever. At the same time Darling begins to understand that she is not just some regular girl. She may have powers of her own that go beyond the bounds of known biology.

In the third transmission....

Darling Price can feed off the power of others. Through this transfer of energy she can heal from any wound, including a zombie bite. With the help of Dimitri, an 800 year old vampire, Darling searches for answers about her parents and her powers.

As she gets closer to the truth the world continues to crumble around her. Dr. Issa Tor, a powerful warlock, believes that Darling can help save the world but when she goes to his society looking for answers she just finds more questions. Time is running out for Darling and the world she has learned to think of as home.

Available at Amazon  iTunes  BN

About the Author:

E.J. Kimelman is the paranormal pen name of Emily Kimelman. She splits her time between the Hudson Valley and traveling the world with her husband, Sean, and her dog, Kinsey (named after Sue Grafton's Kinsey Milhone), researching exciting locations for her Sydney Rye Mystery Series. Emily is enjoying writing about places that only exist in her imagination with the KISS series. Kimelman has a passion for traveling and spends as much time as possible in the pursuit of adventure.

You can follow along on the adventure through Instagram, Facebook, and on Emily's blog.

If you've read Emily's work and want to get in contact with her she can be reached via email, on Twitter@ejkimelman, on Facebook, and at her website Sign up for Emily'snewsletter to hear about new releases and other news.

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Elena said...

thank you for the giveaway!

Nikolina said...

Really enjoyed reading the book description, thank you!

Anonymous said...

thanks for the chance

Natalie said...

Sounds like a great read.

Unknown said...

sounds like a great book! Thanks for the giveaway.